33 Days

Resource Reminder – 33 Days And 33 Ways Series

A few months ago, I put together a series of posts, focused on helping readers save money and reduce debt.  I called the series 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt.  (Clever title, no?)  Since then, the number of folks visiting my site and subscribing to its feed has grown, and some of you might not be aware of the 33 Days series.  I hope you’ll check it out and read through the various posts.  Not only did I write about saving money and reducing debt, but several other personal finance writers did, as well.  Their posts are listed as ‘reaction posts’. (You might ask, “Why 33 and not 30 or 31?”.  I wish I had…

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33 Days

Day 33 of 33 Days and 33 Ways To Save Money and Reduce Debt: Remember to Live a Little

The following is a guest post from Paid Twice – who writes about debt reduction, life, and creating a healthy financial future.  This post is also the long-awaited conclusion to my ‘33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt‘ series.  I want to thank Paid Twice for her awesome article – and I encourage you to visit her awesome site – Paid Twice. Day 33 of 33 Days and 33 Ways To Save Money and Reduce Debt:  Remember to Live a Little Over the course of the 33 Days series, we’ve learned how to reduce expenses, increase income, avoid temptation, determine methods that work, and a host of other things that contribute to being in a position…

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33 Days

Day 32 of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt: Decide Which Debt To Attack First

Click here to read all of the 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt posts. Day 32: Decide Which Debt To Attack First For the purpose of this post, when you read attack, think ‘send extra payment to‘. After making minimum monthly payments to all of your creditors, it’s time to pick a specific debt to attack first. If you want to pay the lowest amount of total interest – attack the debt with the highest interest rate. If you want to receive an emotional boost and see en entire debt paid off – attack the debt with the lowest current balance. If you want to feel good about being out of a specific type of…

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